Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1966
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her summer working with underprivileged children Davifi Rosin. Mr! Margaret feeardsley was di' rector of a pre-school children's program in frince Georges County, Maryland, last summer. The program, known as "Head Start", was held June 28 through August 5 for children in the poverty bracket whose parents' annual incomes were $2000 or less. There were 1353 children in 38 groups for the summer. As director of the "Head Start", Miss Beardsley, with the aid of a co-ordinatof, wrote the project, took care of the finances, hired teachers, aides and other personnel, supervised the program and submitted a final report. Typical of a governmental project there wdre 17 questionnaires to be filled out. There were 3 health forms, interviews with parents, 2 readiness tests for the children to be given, one the first week and the other the last week of school. But for some reason the first test didn't arrive until they had been in school a month. The children had vision and hearing screening, health and dental examinations, immunization and vaccination. Each child and person involved in the program had ! an identifi cation card and a number. So, most of her summer was spent filling out forms. THERE WERE paid professional workers and volunteers. She was bound to hire as aides the indigent and people of the communities who had a child enrolled in "Head Start". Some of those who were qualified had such large families it was impossible for them to work outside the home. Many who worked had to forego their monthly Welfare check but were happy to have an opportunity to work and earn their own money. These people were paid $2.00 an hour for a five hour day. Their duties included helping on the playground, reading stories and mixing paint for the activities and working with small groups of children. Some teenagers were hired; one case which gave Margaret a satisfied feeling involved a junior high school girl who had a record of truancy and a five year old sister beginning school in the same way. By the end of the program both attitudes were changed and no doubt slie was given a chance to rise above her background and perhaps get-an,.education, to in a class. In 1964 there were 352 classrooms opened and in 1965, 857. Next year 55 kindergarten rooms alone are to be opened. There are many co-op and church sponsored kindergarten groups also. The Office of Economic Opportunity, under the direction of Sgt. Shriver now allocates monies to Community Action Committees which have the responsibility for programs for the aged, community improvement, day care and pre-school. After spending many hours developing a kindergarten program whidh involved an expenditure of $700,000, Margaret was informed that only $160,000 was available from OEO through the Community Action which had been designed to Start in September* Now she is awaiting approval of the re* vised program to Start Feb. 1, Problems arise when so many agencies outside of boards of Education have the authority to use their opinions for approv* ing projects and allocating mo nies for educational programs With the recent allotment for the 4-county area of which Kossuth is included from the State Office of Economic Opportunity our committees maj find themselves up against the same problems she has hurdled. Miss Beardsley is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Howarc Beardsley and a graduate of Committee for the program Algoma High School. Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch make her worthwhile in world. the PRINCE Georges County, where Miss Beardsley has been affiliated with the Board of Education for twelve years, has a population of 380,000 people in an area of 465 square miles. She is supervisor for all kindergarten classes in the the county; her work often takes her from 20 to 34 miles to visit a class. There is no State Aid to schools for kindergarten. Under a co-operative situation within the last three years the Board of Education pays half of the cost and the parents pay the other half. However, they operate under the auspices of the Board of Education, The cost to parents to send a child to kindergarten is $75 a year. There is a month of free summer school for children whose parents can't pay the fee, and for those on waiting lists. The County is growing at Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf entertained at aft early Christmas dinner Tuesday, Dec. 21. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Lulu Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brink Shipler and Amelia Polhemus. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend and in Alta Vista, family were Christmas dinner guests in the Mike Arend home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhor ter were Christmas eve guests in the Jim Schenck home for a Christmas eve supper. Mrs. Ann Miller of Algona, mother of Mrs. Jim Schenck, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Finley, Cathy and Virginia of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hanson and girls of Algona were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Billy Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schmidt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Christensen and boys of La Crosse, Wis., were guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. Elvira Christensen, Christmas night. Mrs. Doris Bonniekson & Terry of Estherville and Mrs. Chris Gilhaus of Ledyard, were Thursday evening visitors in the-Paul Arend home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter attended a party of the Settlers Club, in the Milton Norton home, New Years Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Bret of Wesley were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan went to Garner last Tuesday where they visited the Bud Tienans. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler were Christmas Day dinner quests in the Clifford Krantz lome at Titonka. Vernal Koestler, employee at the Ultronic Systems Co-op, at St. Louis, Mo., was home for the holidays. He will return to work Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth. Kennedy and Paul Tienan went to Algona Wednesday and called on Bill Ricklefs and Dale Dundas at the St. Ann hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Gross and Mark Allen were Christmas Former Burt woman dies at Des Moines Burt — Friends have received word that Mrs. Ed Nyvsen, Des Moines, died following major surgery. The funeral was Dec. 27 in Des Moines with burial ed * hotel staff -reunion ftL.tiife Methodist camp at the Lbdge" Tuesday at Lake Okoboji. >< Vefti SWpler had surgery' jtof hernia Dec. 29 at the hospital in Spirit Lake. Dennis Shlplet did not get home for Christ' mas. He was detained in, tlie hospital in Denver, Colo. Guests Tuesday at Donald RingSdorf's Were the Wendell Ringsdorfs, Roy RihgsdorfS, W. B. Shiplers, Lulu Ringsdorf and Amelia Polhemus. Quests Christmas at Donald RingSdorf's were the Gene Ringsdorfs, Estherville, and Robert Seefelds, Wesley. Guests Christmas at Lulti RingSdorf's were the Wendet Ringsdorfs, Roy Ringsdorfs and Amelia Polhemus. The Dean Gambles, Des Moines, came to the W. B. Shipler's Christmas. All were also guests at Lulu RingSdorf's. Guests Christmas of Mrs. Ce lia Scott were the Roger Scotta Eugene Lloyds, Shenandoah and Harold Andreasons. The Perm Sewicks, Algona were guests Dec. 26 of Mrs. Floss Reason and Lura Sewick. Guests Dec. 26 of Mrs. C. M. The Nyvsens lived in Burt from 1920 to 1924. He was a clerk in Fred Vogels store. They later moved to Des Moines where he was employed at the Veterans hospital. ; She is survived by her bus band and a son and a grandson in Corpus Christi, Texas. Her sister, Helen Henniges taught 7th and 8th grades in the Burt school in the 1920's, ATTEND FUNERAL The 0. H. Grahams attended the funeral of Hugh Young, 68, Dec, 28 at the Congregational church in Osage. He died after several years illness. He is survived by his wife, the former Nellie Peters, Burt, on© son, Hugh D. Young, Pittsburg, Pa., and one daughter, Barbara, Mrs. Peter Cuff, Quebec, Canada. the rate of 800 people a week— one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S. This influx is caused by so many families moving from Washington, D.C, and more industry locating in the county in the last 2 or 3 years. The Goddard Flight Space Center, Andrews Air Force Base, and the Agricultural Research Farm at Beits- ville are also responsible for some of the growth in population. IN 1963 there were 1,200 in kindergarten classes, now there are 5,375 enrolled. In one area there are 12 sessions of begin ning classes in a six room school with a waiting list of 5( children. Only 25 are enrollec JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS Sixteen Junior Girl Scouts met Thursday at the town hall and made presents for their fathers and rrtothers. They made place mats for the rest homes and sang Christmas carols for them. Refreshments were served at the Russell Patterson farm home. Gross were the children and families. Friends have received word that Mrs. Anna Vinaas, in Des Moines, has been ill. She was 86 Dec. 9. The J. P. Stevens, Mrs. Burnadene Opheim, Dawn and Johnny spent Christmas in Ionia at Jim Steven's, returning Sunday. The F. C. Soderbergs were guests Christmas at Cecil Anderson's, Elmore. The Alvin Baumgards spent Christmas in LuVerne with Mrs. Oarl Schipull. Guests Dec, 26 of Mrs. Doris Larson were Mrs. Helen Johnson and children and families. The Ed Blumers and Rathryn Manus visited Mrs. Emma Manus at Gertrude Ackerman's Christmas day. Kathryn Manus, Washington, D.C., is spending her vacation with Burt and Algona relatives. Mrs. Clint Waltman and Opal Waltman went to Nebraska Saturday for a week with relatives. x Christmas guests at O. H Graham's were the Bruce Gra hams, Swea City, and the Gor don Grahams, Ringsted. The Kent Ryersons, Des Moi nes, were guests at F. L. Ryer son's for their Christmas vaca tion. Betty Christensen returned to Tulsa, Okla., Thursday aftei several weeks at home. Mrs. Mel Hotz and daughte: of Hiawatha, spent the Christ mas vacation with her mother, ;ef Steward's, the ftay Millers, 3st1tefville, were home" Christmas day. Roger Steward, Ma- dfid, waS home Wednesday fdr ft brief Visit, the rest of the' children called and talked to their parents Christmas day. The Wichafd Triinkhifls have an 7 Ib. 7% oz. son David Char-i les born Dec. 26 at the hospital at Britt. He has a brother Anthony, 2. Grandparents are the M. J. Cunninghams and Mennett Ttunkhill. The M. J. Cunninghams attended the funeral of a cousin, Glenn Reibsamen, at Marshalltown, Dec. 30. The Donald Mitchells 'visited in Des Mojnes Dec. 29 with the Norman and Keith Mitchells. Their granddaughter Rond'a returned with them for a visit. Guests Christmas at Donald Mitchell's were the Al Meyers, Racine, Wis., Norman Mitchells and Keith Mitchells, Des Moines, Judy and Jane of Iowa City, and the Arlin Kohlweses, Belmond. The Gordon Giffords have a 7 Ib. 10 oz. son David John born at the hospital . at Estherville Dec. 28. They now have 3 boys and 2 girls. The Clair Reutzels spent Christmas in Belgrade, Minn. at Otto Reutzel's. Dana, 6, stay ed for a visit with his grand parents and they brought him home New Years day. The Bernard Millers have ing at Bernie's Market were, TeeTtfr'Stward,. Jesse Harms,' and.Mrs,.Eugene. Wolf. , . --, The Mar old Andreasons attended the funeral of aft uncle, Marion L. Alvard, at Ceylon, Minn., Thursday. Guests Dec. 29 of Mrs. Ronald Jurgens were Mrs. Melvin Salrnela 'and daughter and Mrs. Glen Looking,bill and daughter, all of Renwick; Mrs. C. A. Jur- lens and Mrs. James Sabin and son, Ledyard; Mrs. James Chris- Lensen and children, Atlantic; Mrs. Jack Lowe, Mrs. Paul W. Freeman, Mrs. Richard Glidden, Mrs. Kenneth Cody and children and Mrs. Art Cody, all of Cylinder. Valerie Christensen, Atlantic, and Rebecca Cody, Cy Under, .stayed as guests at the Jurgens home until Friday. rented the , Florence .Bagby louse and will move soon. Winners in the recent draw Day dinner guests in the Clyde Moore home. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul went to Rodman Thursday bo visit her brother, Elmer Erickson. Other visitors were Corneal Erickson and daughter of McCallsburg, la., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Erickson and family of Wichita, Kans. and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Erickson and family of Cherokee. Mr, and Mrs. Rudy Wilrett of Burt were New Years Day guests in the George Koestler home. "Lift up your head, it's good for your posture and you may see a star". The A. C. Hinckleys and Duane went to Cedar Rapids for the Christmas vacation at daughter Judy, the Bill Schatz- es. The Don Thomsens, Iowa City, and Larry Hinckleys, Sioux City, were also guests. Dec. 26 Kevin William Schatz was baptized at St. Paul's Methodist church in Cedar Rapids by Dr. Jackson Burn. The A. C. Hinckleys returned Dec. 28. Duane Hinckley accompan ied the Larry Hinckleys to Sioux City. Recent guests at Carl Reynold's were the George Ackerts, St. Paul, and Lyle Shiplers, Crystal Lake. Burt Woman's club met Jan 3 with Leona Lacy, Rena Buel and Lavina Hanson. Negro news was by Ethel Dremmel "What Manner of Man" by Lor ene Bennett Jr. will be given by Benita Mitchell, and a book review by Mary Smith, "Bu Not Next Door", by Harry am Lone Rock Mrs. A. A. Krueger History group annual meet next The annual meeting: of the Kossttth Historical Sdciety will be held Jan, 11 at. 2 p.m. at the Algotta Hotel. There will be no formal program but all will be heard on ideas for future development and programs to be carried out. Reports Will be given and offi cers and directors*, will H efe€t< edV coffee and Ctidkfet jtili te served. ' ''. "• '7.*, , . f Receipt^ foiqiffe mt totaled 1140.50 which combined-with a batehce otf hahd of $408,18 to- talocl $348.68, Expenses included supplies, stationery and postage of $56.64. meeting expense $35J0 r insurance $15, rent $80, iighM $7.41 for a total of $164.55 leaving a balance on hand of $384,13, The trust fund accoliiU totaled $1006.26 and interest last year added $27.29 to the amount. The Forest Hossbauers, Swea City, were Wednesday evening guests at Dale Schroeder's. Mrs. Art Priebe and Mrs. Ed ward Blanchard left by plane from Sioux Falls, S.D., Christmas morning and were in Phoenix, Ariz., for Christmas dinner. Mrs. Blanchard visited her brother, the John Newbroughs, and Mrs.. Priebe visited her daughter's family the. Robert Chestnutwoods. They returned home New Year's Eve. Mrs? Efya Simpson'. • •> c ' *. Christmas guests at Martin Becker's in Algona were the George Beckers, Frank Beckers, Harold Beckers, Ray Me Whorters, Thees. Schnaken- bergs, Roscoe Mawdsleys Jr., Ethyl Hain. Delores Mawdsley was an afternoon guest. A skating party at the roller rink in Algona Dec. 27 was enjoyed by the Sunday School classes of Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson with lunch at the Cunningham Cafe after skating. There will be a 6:30 pot luck supper at the O.E.S. Hall before the regular chapter meeting Jan. 11. Public installation will be held Jan. 18. The Quentin Bjustroms went to Burlington Dec. 27 for a late Christmas dinner at their daughter, the Jon Petersons. A brother, the Lester Mitchells, Chicago, were also guests. On the return trip they visited another brother, the Norval Mitchells, Fairfield, and cousins at Stratford. Perry Steward, Montezuma, and Karen and Timothy of Iowa City, returned Wednesday after the Christmas vacation at Wal- Printing? Call tht ADVANCE! SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you! 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